Who's full of Crap? Not I, for I can document all of my postings

Please visit countercurrents.org, by clicking on my headline, where Ramtanu Maitra documents ALL of our powerful nation's foibles in more detail than I could EVER do: First, he tears former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's statement: "The last time we left Afghanistan, and we abandoned Pakistan, that territory became the very territory on which al-Qaeda trained and attacked us on on September 11th apart." It is important to investigate whether her statement is a valid assessment, or was made simply to rally those in Washington, who want the present administration to adopt the former British Imperial Policy and lead the United States into another Vietnam War (in which I served with honor, as opposed to the assholes who continue to believe that their "patriotic" rhetoric is sufficient to grant them an audience in front of the American voters. In fact, the "taliban" are a "laboratory product" of our imaginative CIA.
Before our intervention in Afghanistan, when the "Soviets" had invaded that country, money had flowed into that country from the west, and the Persian gulf. During that period, our "Saudi" friends had pumped out thousands of Afghan foot solders for the US, and Saudi-funded jihad against the Soviets. Much later, the world heard of a force, now called the "Taliban". The Taliban was created as a handmaiden of outside forces, including:
Saudi Arabia, which indoctrinated a group of Afghans by funding the establishment of thousands of madrassas inside Pakistan.
Te Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), which acted at the behest of Islamabad to gain control of Kabul through a group of Afghans by funding the establishment of thousands of madrassas inside Pakistan.
Please click on the "headline" to link to my sources, and to understand the rest!!


Barack Obama is Preparing for War in South America!

Please click on the headline of this article to read the story of our reckless "Peace President's" intention to invade Venezuela: According to Mike Whitney and Eva Golinger, the "leadership" of the United States is extremely upset about many of the very real reforms that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has instituted in his country to improve the previously miserable lifestyle of his people: The 1999 Constitution, which was drafted, and written by the Venezuelan people, and later ratified through the popular referendum by 75% of Venezuelans, guarantees the rights to housing, education, healthcare, food, indigenous lands, languages, women's rights, worker's rights, living wages and a whole host of other rights that few countries seek to recognize on a national level.
Laws to implement these rights began to surface in 2001 with land reform, oil industry redistribution (Venezuela is a major world oil producer), tax laws and the creation of more than a dozen social programs - called missions - dedicated to addressing the basic needs of Venezuela's poor majority. Within two years, illiteracy was eradicated in the country.